Thanks to MP3 Rocket, a tweaked version of the Limewire P2P piracy solution.
Version 5.0 of MP3 Rocket lets users vote on which song they like the most, a move that’s bound to have American copyright protector the RIAA ceasing all actions and embracing file sharing.
“When people can vote online for what they want the world will change,” says very enthusiastic MP3 Rocket customer support manager Paschal Rousseau.
Paschal then goes on to add, slightly bewilderingly, that “digital freedom is a shot that has already been heard around the world. Distributed computing should be a basic right of all mankind. In my opinion, file sharing is a freedom that is here to stay, a freedom that no bureaucrat will ever be able to stuff back into the bottle.”
Sadly, MP3 Rocket’s a bit rubbish as you have to pay to use it. Which isn’t really what internet file sharing’s about, is it?
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